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Fewer of us are cycling to work, but why? Transport planning expert explains

RMIT University < 1 mins read
Less than 1% of the 12 million Australians who travelled to work on Census Day in 2021 rode a bicycle to get there.
So, on World Bicycle Day, we ask why is this form of transport so undervalued and neglected?
Conversation article published today: Why do so few people cycle for transport in Australia? 6 ideas on how to reap all the benefits of bikes
Article author, Professor Melanie Davern from RMIT’s Australian Urban Observatory is now leading a project harnessing AI to pinpoint areas with limited or no cycling infrastructure across the nation.
Davern can talk on the history and future of transport planning in our cities.
Professor Melanie Davern 0405 562 735

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